Wednesday PHAB Club aims to promote the social inclusion for the public benefit among those in Peterborough and the surrounding area for people who are excluded from society because of physical or mental disability, to relieve the needs of such people and to assist them to integrate into society.
The club is just one of a network of around 180 clubs throughout England and Wales for all age-ranges, offering activities and holidays which members can share and enjoy together. Phab UK organise national and regional events for Phab club members and supporters to enjoy together and to promote the Phab philosophy of inclusion.
When do you meet?
Every Wednesday evening (except Christmas and New Year period) at the Kingfisher Centre. Member subscription is £2 per week payable at the door (receipts available). First week trial is free of charge.
Is the meeting place DDA compliant?
The centre is a purpose-built accommodation with level access and appropriate facilities. The club maintains a welfare register of all members for safeguarding purposes.
What is on offer?
The club provides a venue for all to meet new and old friends in a social atmosphere. There is a tuck-shop with affordable prices (receipts available); separate music and games room; a separate room with instruction for arts & crafts; occasional indoor sports provision and a monthly disco.
Benefits of using organisation
- Social, recreation and leisure facilities for both disabled people and their carers
- Outings and social trips for both disabled people and their carers
- Support and activities which develop skills, capacities and capabilities to enable both disabled people and their carers to participate in society as mature and responsible individuals.
Information for unknown users
All club volunteers are DBS checked and committee members receive Safeguarding training, and there are suitably qualified first aiders.